J. Richard Kiefer Authors Chapter for Thomson Reuters Westlaw Inside the Minds Series Book
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner J. Richard Kiefer recently authored a chapter entitled “Effective Pre-Prosecution Strategies to Prevent Indictment” for Thomson Reuters Westlaw Inside the Minds series. The book, Representing Officers and Directors Charged with Corporate Malfeasance, is now available for purchase.
Kiefer’s chapter, which you can read here, focuses on effective pre-prosecution strategies to prevent indictment. In it, he discusses effective strategies to avoid indictment by convincing prosecutors that the corporate officer or director has not committed any criminal offenses, or even if they committed a technical violation of the law, the case does not have prosecutive merit. Also included are detailed explanations of the fundamental steps of responding to the different aspects of possible prosecution of white collar crime.
Each chapter in the new book serves as a thought leadership essay addressing the most important issues faced by lawyers, and offers strategies for managing those issues, as well as working effectively with clients. Chapter contributors are all recommended as thought leaders in their respective practice areas; Kiefer was recommend based on his extensive experience and depth of knowledge of complex criminal and civil litigation, and white collar criminal defense.
Mr. Kiefer is recognized as a leader in his field and currently serves as BGD’s White Collar Defense Team Co-Leader. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), one of the premier legal associations in the United States. He has tried over 100 cases and has written over 70 appellate briefs.
Representing Officers and Directors Charged with Corporate Malfeasance is a compilation of insight from thought leaders regarding the best practices for developing and integrating corporate governance policies and working with corporate leadership confronted with fraud related charges. Authors featured in this book include other lawyers from the nation’s leading law firms, a university professor/researcher and a former FBI special agent.
Firm attorneys Claude R. Chip Bowles Jr., Robert L. Brown, John K. Bush, John R. Cummins, J. Mark Grundy, Mark A. Loyd and Roderick Morgan have also contributed chapters to the Inside the Minds series.